It's been a busy fall here at CMAA and we got this month's episode in just under the wire We were excited to sit down with Michael Wheeler, MCM, CCE,
Servant leadership in private clubs is a demanding and thankless job. Overly long board meetings that lack structure, purpose, and discipline make bo
This month, we're talking about the many different elements necessary to build an effective, cohesive, winning club management team.
We can't believe it's been one year of podcasting - thank you, listeners, for going on this journey with us! We're looking forward to sharing more wi
Maybe you took some time the last few days of last year or the first few days of this year to design what this year would be like. If you did, it is
Establishing your club as family-friendly is vital to enticing younger generations and to boost the satisfaction of current Millennial and Generation
This month, Kyle and Melissa review the education and the networking at the 2018 Leadership/Legislative Conference in Washington, DC. They are joined
In 2003 CMAA asked me to create a coaching program that could serve the members of the Association. In 2006 Shelley MacDougall joined me in deliverin
While everyone else is gearing up to head back to school, we turn our focus on CMAA's education and chat about our certification process. We are join
This month, we have a super sized episode for you as we continue the conversation around club governance with two more interviews.
In the movie Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, John Candy gets turned around and enters on to the exit of the highway. He is driving down the Intersta
Join Kyle Jennings, Manager, Communications & Student Development, and Melissa Low, Senior Director, Communications & Advocacy, for the second episod
This year my family is having a wonderful landmark vacation. Rose and I along with our three adult children and their significant others are going to
Episode 1 Join Kyle Jennings, Manager, Communications & Student Development, and Melissa Low, Senior Director, Communications & Advocacy, for the ina
If you asked that question to one hundred people you would get a variety of answers that might range from everything to nothing. The truth is we all
As a coach I get to work with Extraordinary People. It is truly a benefit that I didn’t consider when I discovered this vocation. Coaching could chan